Back in September last year, Microsoft first revealed Project “Honolulu”, a locally-deployed, browser-based graphical management solution for Windows Server. Project “Honolulu” covered the core set of administrative tasks for troubleshooting, configuration, and maintenance. Back in November, Microsoft released it to Insiders as part of Windows Server Insider Preview Build 17035. Today, Microsoft announced that this project will be generally available in the name of “Windows Admin Center”. Windows Admin Center is now available to all customers and is supported for use in production environments.
Even though the Windows Admin Center is optimized for Windows Server 2019, it supports managing older Windows Server versions (Windows Server 2012 and newer).
You can download Windows Admin Center here.